Made a fantastic save from Lamela in the first half but was barely tested in the second as Tottenham again struggled in the final third. Could do nothing about either of Tottenham's goals. Was deeply unlucky to be on the losing side.
Kept a close eye on Defoe all game and really stifled the striker, making a stupid sliding block at the start of the second half.
Not a great game for the left-back. Was tidy enough in defence but his passes and general attacking play were lacking.
Strong at the back for Fulham with Lamela and Defoe keeping him busy.
Was kept busy by both Lennon and Lamela throughout, and never really looked comfortable.
Same as Kacaniklic. Came into the starting XI with a point to prove to his new manager. Busy all game, often linking up with Dejagah.
Really sparked Fulham into life after sustained pressure from Tottenham. Showed the energy that Fulham have missed of late.
Calm and composed in the centre of the pitch. Had Paulinho's number for the majority of the evening. Solid display.
Was lively in the first half, linking up well with Kacaniklic and Karagounis, and broke the deadlock with a fine finish past Lloris.
Another impressive midfield performer for Fulham. As impressive in defence as he was in attack. Perhaps timed his attacks slightly off, leaving Parker exposed, though.
Appeared to either be proving a point or showing potential buyers his ability as he was the liveliest he's been in a while. His touch was a tad off at times but the work-rate was impressive.
Saved well from Berbatov in the first half. Could do little about Fulham's opener but proved his worth with a string of superb saves late on. Won the game for his side.
Linked up well with Lamela once the latter switched sides but was horribly caught out for Dejagah's goal. Limped off at the end after rolling his ankle.
Slow on the ball and often opted for a long ball towards the short Defoe, meaning Tottenham lost possession. Changed tack in the second half, but was not his finest display.
Looked relatively composed on the ball, although Berbatov would perhaps say otherwise. Hit a stunning equaliser to push his team towards a much-needed win.
In typical style, he made his presence known all game. His passing was off on occasion but he was a dominant force as Spurs tried to stifle an energetic Fulham side.
Looked stranded on the left wing and had more of an impact once he swapped to the right. Linked up well with Holtby in the second half.
After a nervy opening few minutes, the winger burst into life. Wasted two good chances and dispossessed a surprised Berbatov in the first half. Faded after the break.
His first start since August and he coped with the pace of a frenetic game well. However, was withdrawn at half-time for tactical reasons.
Really should have opened the scoring in the first half, and was generally poor throughout. Could not impose himself against Parker.
Seems to fit Spurs’ approach more than Soldado with his runs from deep. Naturally looked to goal but was also open to finding team-mates.
Came on at half-time for Capoue and got stuck in straight away. His decision-making isn't the best, but he offered another much-needed attacking option and hit a superb winner.
Came on for the final 12 minutes, but spent most of the time back-tracking with Fulham on the attack.
Came on midway through the second half but added little to Tottenham's attacking output.